are formulated to boost skin that is showing signs of aging and wear and tear. I lusted after, but had never used this product until I attended Blissdom Canada in the fall in Mississauga. Philosophy was one of the sponsors at the blogging event and, as such, they were handing out samples and chatting up bloggers in their restful lounge. After a skin care consultation, it was determined I needed this line: Miracle Worker. I tried not to take that personally. LOL.
is intended as a moisturizer to be used after cleansing. It can be applied day or night and for awhile I was using it both times which is probably why I ran out so fast. The results were dramatic and quick for me actually. I could see a radiance and lightness in the tone of my facial skin. It was smoother and generally younger looking. There is no heavy fragrance and it passed my children’s smell test. They often notice when women’s skin care products or lotions have a scent and they comment on whether they like it or don’t like it. Amusing in some ways, my daughter will actually say “it doesn’t smell like you,” if she dislikes a new women’s skin care product I am testing out here. She did not have any negative comments about Philosophy – Miracle Worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Moisturizer 56g/2oz
you wonder if a brand is setting itself up for failure. It’s a high bar to set for yourself. This seemed to hit the bar fairly closely in my opinion. Light scent, fast results, easy to apply and I actually really liked the satiny texture of the lotion. Miracle Worker hydrates well and promotes longevity while accomplishing a radiant finish that I love. I look forward to testing out and reporting on some of the other Philosophy products available. As far as Women’s skin care products go this one is high end and one of the best I have ever tested out.